Blog Posts Tagged with "Insider Threats"

72cc4c5e6cbde70aa374bf94076ad722

A perspective on the theft of confidential documents by former employee at Ford.

April 09, 2010 Added by:Peter Abatan

When I read that a former Ford product engineer had stolen over 4000 confidential documents containing trade secrets from his former employer, I began to wonder how many companies out there are as vulnerable to the same degree as Ford. Fortunately for Ford this employee got caught, but it remains unknown how many employees have successfully got away without Ford’s knowledge?

Comments  (6)

Dd9902bc56a9d85cdc62c00083ea4871

AntiMistake Software – Preventing Human Error and Lack of Awareness

April 07, 2010 Added by:Katie Weaver-Johnson

Successful organizations realize antivirus software must be installed on all PCs.  Antivirus software works well if updates are automatic and ongoing (as new risks and threats are identified) to prevent expensive damages to PCs, information and reputations. 

Comments  (1)

959779642e6e758563e80b5d83150a9f

Changing Your Security Requires Learning about Change

March 30, 2010 Added by:Danny Lieberman

Reading through the trade press, DLP vendor marketing collateral and various forums on information security,  the conventional wisdom is that the key threat to an organization is trusted insiders.

Comments  (0)

6f611188ad4a81ffc2edab83b0705d76

The Threat from Within

October 06, 2009 Added by:Sandra Avery

Times are tough.  Now, more than ever, organizations need to be extra vigilant about protecting the data on their networks.  With identity theft  at an all time high, and data breaches disclosed almost daily, the stakes are incredibly high.  

Comments  (0)

Page « < 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 > »